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Did you know that every man-made item a person in the civilized world is exposed to have been touched by a number of engineers? There are hundreds of professionals with the word “Engineer” in their title. After all, engineers design, build, and control most of the things we ride in or on, the power we consume, manufacturing, items that are processed to wear and eat, all the technology we ecnounter daily, the buildings that shelter us, every chemical and drug we utilize, the safety systems that protect us, and so much more. There is also a full onslot of engineers that that support the previously mentioned engineers. There no end to the list of actions those engineers do in their everyday jobs. In short, “Engineers bring us everything from the basic necessities of life...to products that improve our quality of life...” (http://www.egr.msu.edu). 


Are you interested in making a lot of money in doing something that you enjoy? If so, consider a degree in engineering after high school. Find out now in high school if engineering is right for your future. All of our courses are highly interactive, full of hands -on activities, and engaging. Use awesome technology and the latest engineering software. Projects include things like, designing puzzle cubes and toy trains, building fuel cell cars, ballistic devices, recycling centers, and complex electronic units, playing with robots, and so much more. The department of Pre-Engineering offers a variety of courses through the national Project Lead the Way program. Students typically begin their study with the Introduction to Engineering Design course followed by Principles of Engineering and Digital Electronics. 

College credit is available in all pre-engineering courses. Additionally, the senior capstone graduation requirement (class of 2015 and beyond) can be fulfilled through our Engineering Design and Development course.


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